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Trump pledged to establish “peace from a position of strength” with new weapons

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According to him, now the American army is the most powerful in the world. Trump expressed the hope that the United States will never have to use new weapons, but said that they will help establish a “peace from a position of strength”
The United States will build its peace policy from a position of strength with the help of new types of weapons. This was stated by American President Donald Trump during an election rally in Janesville, Wisconsin.
“No one has a weapon even close to the one we have. Hopefully the US never has to use it. But we will establish peace from a position of strength. That’s what it’s all for, ”the president said.
According to Trump, now the United States has the most powerful army in the world, which is the envy of “Russia and China and North Korea and other countries.”
In September, the head of state announced that the country has types of weapons unknown to anyone. “We have systems that nobody knows about. To be honest, it would be better if it stays that way, ”Trump said.
He noted that the US is now creating excellent weapons, and funding for the army in the amount of $ 2.5 trillion over the past three years has made the country’s military “stronger than ever before.”
In May 2020, Trump announced the development of a hypersonic missile by the military, which he called a “super duper” missile. According to the president, it can reach speeds 17 times higher than the speed of other missiles in the world.
In July, the Pentagon confirmed that it had tested the missile in the Pacific in the spring, but it is 17 times the speed of sound, not the speed of other projectiles. This is a special unit that is mounted on conventional ballistic missiles. It allows them to glide in the atmosphere after the warhead is separated.
In October, US military chief Mark Esper announced that the missiles were slated to enter service with the US Army by 2023. In addition, the Pentagon is increasing funding for hypersonic tests in order to equip aviation with these technologies over the next five years.

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